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15 Recipes That Pair Well With Red Wine

Keep reading to find out what recipes made it into this week’s SWATTry the Grilled Icelandic Lamb Chops with Honey Herb Chimichurri recipe from This Is How I Cook blog.If you have some red wine in your house that you’ve been dying to drink, tonight is the night. You won’t be sorry — these dishes taste amazing with red wine.
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Anthony Bourdain Releases New Edition of 'Kitchen Confidential'

The new version includes handwritten updatesWikimedia Commons/ Neeta LindAnthony BourdainWhen Anthony Bourdain released his memoir Kitchen Confidential in 2000, he was still an unknown chef running the kitchen at New York’s Les Halles. The book, which soon found itself on The New York Times best-seller list, rocketed the chef to stardom, and he’s since become a household name for his additional books and travel shows.
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Cheesecake and Slit

Separate the eggs, beat the egg whites with a pinch of salt, add the sugar, then the yolks, the oil and the flour mixed with the baking powder. The composition, similar to the cake, is placed in the tray lined with baking paper. Place in the oven heated to 180 degrees for 20-25 minutes. When ready, leave to cool and peel off the baking paper.
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Tomato Soup Base

A tomato base can be eaten as-is (perfect with a toasty grilled cheese sandwich) or embellished with vegetables, lentils and even fish.MORE+LESS-8cups basic vegetable or chicken stockSpices/ seasonings (optional)Hide Images1Start with eight cups of basic vegetable or chicken stock.2Cut six large ripe tomatoes in half and scoop out the seeds.
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Peasant potatoes with sausages

Boil the potatoes in their skins, peel them and then lightly crush them with a spoon (just flatten them a little, without crushing them). Fry the sausages in oil or put them on the grill. Then we cut the slices or pieces according to taste. Cut the onion into scales and heat it in olive oil, over low heat, to soften it, without burning it or frying it.
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